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Posted on February 18th, 2011 by iulia and filed under Navigation and trade

Arthur Young, A digest of maritime law cases, from 1837 to 1860
London, Horace Cox, 10, Wellington-Street, Strand. 1865

p. 103

1534. The occupation of a neutral state by an enemy (as of Moldavia by the Russians in the late war) does not deprive its inhabitants of their neutral character, unless the country is brought under the dominion of the enemy, and its neutral character thereby changed: (The Gerasimo, J.C.P.C., March 24, 1857; W.Rep. 450.)

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